Dean’s Awards

As we prepare for commencement, we are soliciting nominations for some graduation awards:
The Dean’s Awards for Community Leadership recognize a number of graduating students who contribute time and energy to making the HLS community a better place through involvement in student organizations, community service groups and individual efforts.
The Frank Righeimer Jr. Student Prize for Citizenship is awarded annually to one graduating student to recognize exceptional citizenship within the Law School community through involvement in student organizations, community service groups and individual efforts.
The William J. Stuntz Award is awarded annually to recognize the graduating student who, in his or her time at Harvard Law School, has demonstrated an exemplary commitment to justice, respect for human dignity, and compassion.
The David Westfall Memorial Award for Student Citizenship is awarded annually to one graduating student for contributions to creating community within the first-year section and class.
To nominate graduating students for these awards, please email a short statement in support of their nomination to  dos at law.harvard.edu.  Awards will be announced at the Class Day ceremony.
Nominated students will automatically be considered for all of these awards (unless you indicate otherwise).  Please feel free to contact me with questions.  Thank you.

Commencement Email #3

Hi-

Happy Patriot’s Day and last week of classes!

Included in this email is information on:

1.Ticket Ordering – now open!
2.Graduation Award Nominations
3.Graduating Students Reception
4.Yearbooks and Congratulatory Ads
5.Disability Accommodations

1. TICKET ORDERING

The ticket reservation system for commencement is now up and running. The deadline for reserving tickets is Friday, May 4th. You will pick up your tickets starting Wednesday, May 16th.

Before you can reserve your tickets, we ask you to complete a short questionnaire about your experience at HLS. It takes less than 5 minutes and is a really important way for us to get comprehensive student feedback.

This is our ninth year of the survey. The scores and comments are taken very seriously and compared to previous years.

I want to assure you that survey responses are completely confidential. Your scores and comments go into a database, separate from any identifying information used for the tickets. The anonymous results are given to Dean Martha Minow.

Comments are reviewed, sorted by departments, and specifics are discussed and addressed on a department level. The feedback has helped us to improve things during the last eight years, so we are anxious to hear from you about what works, what doesn’t, and what changes you would like to see.

Once you complete the survey, you will be able to reserve your tickets. If you are not participating in the ceremonies and do not need any tickets, we invite you to complete the survey to provide feedback.

You will be able to order tickets to the various ceremonies through our on-line reservation system beginning today, here: http://tinyurl.com/commencement2012

Here’s a quick summary of how the tickets work:

You do not need tickets to any of the events on the Law School campus on Class Day, Wednesday, May 23.

On Commencement Day, Thursday, May 24, you will receive 2 guest tickets for the University’s Morning Ceremony in Harvard Yard (you do not need a ticket as you will be seated with your class). This is where President Faust will confer your degree. The Law School stands as a group and sits – no individual calling of names (that happens at the next ceremony). This ceremony has about 32,000+ people and is a standing room only crowd. This is not for the faint of heart since it takes a long time to get in and out of the ceremony (as a rough example, most guests are in their seats by 7:30am and the ceremony doesn’t start until 9:45am). We suggest that people who might tire easily or be more sensitive to temperature opt instead to watch the ceremony in air conditioned comfort on the many screens we will have available in the law school classrooms. Sadly, because the ceremony is so crowded, we cannot give out any additional tickets for this ceremony so your additional guests are welcome to view the ceremony in the classrooms as well.

After the morning ceremony ends (11:15ish), you return to the Law School for the Luncheon and Diploma Ceremony. This is where Dean Martha Minow distributes degrees individually by degree and section. You get 1 complimentary ticket for lunch. You can purchase additional tickets for lunch ($15 each). Alternatively, your guests are welcome to attend the Law School ceremony without tickets if they would prefer to just sit at a table and not eat lunch. The ceremony is held on Holmes Field (in front of Langdell) and involves 5000 people at 500 tables of 10. The tables are not reserved so seating is first-come first-served. Everyone gets a seat. No reserving tables is allowed; if a sign is spotted on a table, a Commencement staff person will remove it.

After the Law School Ceremony, you can return to the Yard for the Afternoon Ceremony which includes speeches by President Faust and the Commencement Speaker, Dr. Fareed Zakaria. You get 3 tickets to this ceremony but there is usually room for additional guests. Graduating students do not need a ticket as long as you are still in academic regalia. This event usually involves 15,000 people.

You will pick up your tickets starting Wednesday May 16. You must be cleared through the Registrar and Student Financial Offices before receiving your tickets. In addition, you must complete the Graduate Employment Survey. If you have any questions regarding completing the survey, please contact OCS at  ocs at law.harvard.edu or 617-495-3119.

2. GRADUATION AWARD NOMINATIONS

We are soliciting nominations for some graduation awards:

The Dean’s Awards for Community Leadership recognize a number of graduating students who contribute time and energy to making the HLS community a better place through involvement in student organizations, community service groups and individual efforts.

The Frank Righeimer Jr. Student Prize for Citizenship is awarded annually to one graduating student to recognize exceptional citizenship within the Law School community through involvement in student organizations, community service groups and individual efforts.

The William J. Stuntz Award, recognizing the graduating student who, in his or her time at Harvard Law School, has demonstrated an exemplary commitment to justice, respect for human dignity, and compassion.

The David Westfall Memorial Award for Student Citizenship is awarded annually to one graduating student for contributions to creating community within the first-year section and class.

To nominate graduating students for these awards, please email a short statement in support of their nomination to  dos at law.harvard.edu by Friday, April 20. Awards will be announced at the Class Day ceremony.

Nominated students will automatically be considered for all of these awards (unless you indicate otherwise). Please feel free to contact us with any questions ( dos at law.harvard.edu, (617) 495-1880)

3. GRADUATING STUDENTS RECEPTION

Dean Martha Minow invites you to the Graduating Students Reception Wednesday, April 18 in Milstein East: 5:00pm to 7:00pm.

4. YEARBOOKS AND CONGRATULATORY ADS

If you haven’t already purchased your 2012 yearbook, go to: http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A034275… to personalize and order! Your yearbook will be shipped to you later during the summer and will include memories from the 2011-2012 school year, Class Day, and Commencement. Follow this link http://www.jostens.com/yearbooks/ybk_cp_… for more information on purchasing a congratulatory ad for this year’s yearbook to personalize and upload text and photos. Ads are a great way for you, your family, and your friends to memorialize your time at HLS, so feel free to forward this link on to those you love. And it’s still not too late to upload photos of your student organization, journal, events, parties and HLS memories: https://images.jostens.com/login?user=40… If it does not automatically log you into the site, enter username: 400135497 and password: harvardlaw – browse to select the photo(s) you wish to upload. (minimum recommended resolution of 400X600pixels). Enter information about the photo and provide contact information in case the staff needs additional information. Click “Save Details”. It’s that easy! Submit your photos today! *Please note that the Yearbook Staff will review all photos and determine final yearbook content. We cannot guarantee that all submissions will be used in the book. Any questions? Email  dsaylors at law.harvard.edu

5. DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS

If you or one of your guests is in need of disability accommodations, please be in touch with Natalie Rios ( nrios at law.harvard.edu) in the Dean of Students Office, as soon as possible. The accommodation tickets for the University ceremonies are on a first come, first served basis and are limited.

There will be more info to come in the next few weeks about tickets and other important graduation details so please check your email and the Commencement 2012 website regularly. Thanks!

 www.hlscommencement.com

Commencement Email #2

Hi-
As promised, here is the second weekly email about commencement.
Included in this email is information on:
1.     Ticket Ordering
2.     Graduating Students Reception
3.    JD Speaker Selection
4.    Graduation Award Nominations
5.    Disability Accommodations
6.    Yearbooks and Congratulatory Ads
1.  TICKET ORDERING
You will be able to order tickets to the various ceremonies through our on-line reservation system beginning next Monday, April 16.  We will send an e-mail detailing the process next week.
Here’s a quick summary of how the tickets work:
You do not need tickets to any of the events on the Law School campus on Class Day, Wednesday, May 23.
On Commencement Day, Thursday, May 24, you will receive 2 guest tickets for the University’s Morning Ceremony in Harvard Yard (you do not need a ticket as you will be seated with your
class).  This is where President Faust will confer your degree.  The Law School stands as a group and sits – no individual calling of names (that happens at the next ceremony).  This ceremony has about 32,000+ people and is a standing room only crowd.  This is not for the faint of heart
since it takes a long time to get in and out of the ceremony (as a rough example, most guests are in their seats by 7:30 am and the ceremony doesn’t start until 9:45).  We suggest that people who might tire easily or be more sensitive to temperature opt instead to watch the ceremony in air conditioned comfort on the many screens we will have available in the law school classrooms.  Sadly, because the ceremony is so crowded, we cannot give out any additional tickets for this
ceremony so your additional guests are welcome to view the ceremony in the classrooms as well.
After the morning ceremony ends (11:15ish), you return to the Law School for the Luncheon and Diploma Ceremony.  This is where Dean Martha Minow hands out degrees individually by degree and section.  You get 1 complimentary ticket for lunch.  You can purchase additional tickets for lunch ($15 each).  Alternatively, your guests are welcome to attend the Law School ceremony without tickets if they would prefer to just sit at a table and not eat lunch.  The ceremony is held on Holmes Field (in front of Langdell) and involves 5000 people at 500 tables of 10.  The
tables are not reserved so seating is first-come first-served.  Everyone gets a seat.
After the Law School Ceremony, you can return to the Yard for the Afternoon Ceremony which includes speeches by President Faust and the Commencement Speaker, Dr. Fareed Zakaria. You get 3 tickets to this ceremony but there is usually room for additional guests.  Graduating students don’t need a ticket so long as you are still in academic regalia.  This event usually involves 15,000 people.
You will pick up your tickets during the month of May – you will receive an email notifying you.  You must be cleared through the Registrar’s and Student Financial Office before receiving your tickets.
2.  GRADUATING STUDENTS RECEPTION
Dean Martha Minow invites you to the Graduating Students Reception Wednesday, April 18 in Milstein East: 5:00pm to 7:00pm.  An electronic invitation will be forthcoming.

3.  JD SPEAKER SELECTION
If you are planning to submit a speech for consideration for the JD speaker at Commencement, the deadline is extended to Friday April 13th, at 5pm.  JD students wishing to be considered are asked to submit a written speech that is no longer than 3-5 minutes in length. Speeches must be emailed to the Dean of Students Office ( dos at law.harvard.edu) and speeches will be reviewed by a committee of administrators and students.  If you were nominated by your peers through the 3L Marshals poll, please be sure to submit your speech to  dos at law.harvard.edu as well.   The speeches will be selected on the following criteria: originality and creativity, relevance and significance, and appropriateness for ceremony and audience.  Finalists may be invited to present their speech to the committee.  Decisions will be announced by Friday, May 4th.

4.  GRADUATION AWARD NOMINATIONS
We are soliciting nominations for some graduation awards:
The Dean’s Awards for Community Leadership recognize a number of graduating students who contribute time and energy to making the HLS community a better place through involvement in student organizations, community service groups and individual efforts.
The David Westfall Memorial Award for Student Citizenship is awarded annually to one graduating student for contributions to creating community within the first-year section and class.
The Frank Righeimer Jr. Student Prize for Citizenship is awarded annually to one graduating student to recognize exceptional citizenship within the Law School community through involvement in student organizations, community service groups and individual efforts.
The William J. Stuntz Award, recognizing the graduating student who, in his or her time at Harvard Law School, has demonstrated an exemplary commitment to justice, respect for human dignity, and compassion.
To nominate graduating students for these awards, please email a short statement in support of their nomination to  dos at law.harvard.edu by Friday, April 20.  Awards will be announced at the Class Day ceremony.
Nominated students will automatically be considered for all of these awards (unless you indicate otherwise).  Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

5. DISABILITY ACCOMODATIONS
If you or one of your guests is in need of disability accommodations, please be in touch with Natalie Rios ( nrios at law.harvard.edu) in the Dean of Students Office, as soon as possible.  The accommodation tickets for the University ceremonies are on a first come, first served basis and are limited.
6. YEARBOOKS AND CONGRATULATORY ADS
If you haven’t already purchased your 2012 yearbook, go to: http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A034275… to personalize and order! Your yearbook will be shipped to you later during the summer and will include memories from the 2011-2012 school year, Class Day, and Commencement. Follow this link http://www.jostens.com/yearbooks/ybk_cp_… for more information on purchasing a congratulatory ad for this year’s yearbook to personalize and upload text and photos. Ads are a great way for you, your family, and your friends to memorialize your time at HLS, so feel free to forward this link on to those you love. And it’s still not too late to upload photos of your student organization, journal, events, parties and HLS memories: https://images.jostens.com/login?user=40… If it does not automatically log you into the site, enter username: 400135497 and password: harvardlaw – browse to select the photo(s) you wish to upload. (minimum recommended resolution of 400X600pixels). Enter information about the photo and provide contact information in case the staff needs additional information. Click “Save Details”. It’s that easy! Submit your photos today!
*Please note that the Yearbook Staff will review all photos and determine final yearbook content. We cannot guarantee that all submissions will be used in the book.
Any questions? Email  dsaylors at law.harvard.edu
There will be more info to come in the next few weeks about tickets and other important graduation details so please check your email and the Commencement 2012 website regularly.  Thanks and enjoy the last weeks of classes!

 hlscommencement.com

Commencement Email #1

Hi-

We have to convey a lot of information about graduation and we have tried (and failed) at several formats.

We sent it early but it was too early and nobody cared or we sent it later and people were distracted by warm weather and paper deadlines.

Here is the plan.  From now until graduation, you will receive an email each Monday from our office.

We’ll try to keep you on track for deadlines as they approach.  You can always get more detailed info at:

 http://hlscommencement.com/

If you haven’t forwarded this link to your friends and family who will attend graduation, you should do that now. It will save you from answering questions as the big day draws close.

Included in this email is information on:
1.            Graduating Students Reception
2.            Academic Regalia
3.            JD Speaker Selection
4.            Graduation Award Nominations
5.            Disability Accommodations
6.            Yearbook

1.  GRADUATING STUDENTS RECEPTION
Dean Martha Minow invites you to the Graduating Students Reception Wednesday, April 18th in Milstein East: 5:00pm to 7:00pm.  An electronic invitation will be forthcoming.

2.  ACADEMIC REGALIA
The deadline to order academic regalia (consisting of a cap, gown, and hood) is Wednesday, April 4th.  To order, graduating students can go to The Law Coop on the first floor of Wasserstein and complete a form with information on size and degree.  The hours for reserving regalia Monday-Friday, 9am to 5pm.

The cost of reserving regalia is $81. Students must pay when reserving their attire. Checks, cash, Crimson Cash, and credit cards will all be accepted at The Law Coop.

Inquiries about reserving your cap and gown can be directed to Josh Feldman –  bksharvardlaw at bncollege.com / 617-499-3255

The good news is that graduating HLS students will be able to pick up their regalia in Wasserstein 1010 between May 21-24.  Additional information about regalia pick up and drop off can be found: http://hlscommencement.com/academic-atti…

3.  JD SPEAKER SELECTION
If you are planning to submit a speech for consideration for the JD speaker at Commencement, the deadline is Wednesday April 11th, at 5pm.  JD students wishing to be considered are asked to submit a written speech that is no longer than 3-5 minutes in length. Speeches must be emailed to the Dean of Students Office ( dos at law.harvard.edu) and speeches will be reviewed by a committee of administrators and students.  If you were nominated by your peers through the 3L Marshals poll, please be sure to submit your speech to  dos at law.harvard.edu as well.   The speeches will be selected on the following criteria: originality and creativity, relevance and significance, and appropriateness for ceremony and audience.  Finalists may be invited to present their speech to the committee.  Decisions will be announced by Friday, May 4th.

4.  GRADUATION AWARD NOMINATIONS
We are soliciting nominations for some graduation awards:

The Dean’s Awards for Community Leadership recognize a number of graduating students who contribute time and energy to making the HLS community a better place through involvement in student organizations, community service groups and individual efforts.

The David Westfall Memorial Award for Student Citizenship is awarded annually to one graduating student for contributions to creating community within the first-year section and class.

The Frank Righeimer Jr. Student Prize for Citizenship is awarded annually to one graduating student to recognize exceptional citizenship within the Law School community through involvement in student organizations, community service groups and individual efforts.

The William J. Stuntz Award, recognizing the graduating student who, in his or her time at Harvard Law School, has demonstrated an exemplary commitment to justice, respect for human dignity, and compassion.

To nominate graduating students for these awards, please email a short statement in support of their nomination to  dos at law.harvard.edu by Friday, April 20.  Awards will be announced at the Class Day ceremony.

Nominated students will automatically be considered for all of these awards (unless you indicate otherwise).  Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

5. DISABILITY ACCOMODATIONS
If you or one of your guests is in need of disability accommodations, please be in touch with Natalie Rios ( nrios at law.harvard.edu) in the Dean of Students Office.

6. YEARBOOKS AND CONGRATULATORY ADS
If you haven’t already purchased your 2012 yearbook, go to: http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A034275… to personalize and order! Your yearbook will be shipped to you later during the summer and will include memories from the 2011-2012 school year, Class Day, and Commencement. Follow this link http://www.jostens.com/yearbooks/ybk_cp_… for more information on purchasing a congratulatory ad for this year’s yearbook to personalize and upload text and photos. Ads are a great way for you, your family, and your friends to memorialize your time at HLS, so feel free to forward this link on to those you love. And it’s still not too late to upload photos of your student organization, journal, events, parties and HLS memories: https://images.jostens.com/login?user=40… If it does not automatically log you into the site, enter username: 400135497 and password: harvardlaw – browse to select the photo(s) you wish to upload. (minimum recommended resolution of 400X600pixels). Enter information about the photo and provide contact information in case the staff needs additional information. Click “Save Details”. It’s that easy! Submit your photos today!
*Please note that the Yearbook Staff will review all photos and determine final yearbook content. We cannot guarantee that all submissions will be used in the book.
Any questions? Email  dsaylors at law.harvard.edu

There will be more info to come in the next few weeks about tickets and other important graduation details so please check your email and the Commencement 2012 website regularly.  Thanks and enjoy the last couple week of classes!

 http://hlscommencement.com/

Catalog and Registration Updates

To all Rising 2Ls and 3Ls:
The 2012-2013 Course Catalog is now available on the Curriculum web page. http://www.law.harvard.edu/academics/cur…
Registration information can be found on the web at the following link. http://www.law.harvard.edu/academics/reg…

Mark your calendars…
o   Clinical, Legal Profession*, and Multi-section Courses (Full Year):
o   Opens Wednesday, March 28 at 9am
o   Closes Monday, April 2 at 11:59pm
o   Results will be available in HELIOS on Thursday, April 5 at 5:00pm

o   Fall Elective Courses:
o   Opens Monday, April 9 at 9:00am
o   Closes Monday, April 16 at 11:59pm
o   Results will be available in HELIOS on Thursday, April 19 at 5:00pm

*IMPORTANT:  Legal Profession courses will not be open to rising 2Ls in this registration period.   Instead you should plan to register for available Legal Profession seats through add/drop and the Spring 2013 elective registration that will take place next fall.

The Registrar’s Office is offering HELIOS training sessions on the following dates:
o   Thursday, March 22 from 12pm – 1pm in Milstein East B
o   Tuesday, March 27 from 5:30pm – 6:30pm in Milstein West A
In addition, information about using HELIOs can be found by following the HELIOS link on the Registrar’s webpage.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office if you have any further questions. ( registrar at law.harvard.edu)
Thank you,
Lisa Burns

Lisa Burns I Registrar I Harvard Law School | 1585 Massachusetts Ave. Suite 4007, Cambridge, MA 02138 I (617-495-5440
*  lburns at law.harvard.edu I Office of the Registrar Web Page

Gary Bellow Public Service Awards

Greetings!
We’d like to invite you to nominate an HLS student and/or alumnus/a for the Gary Bellow Public Service Award. It’s easy to do!

The Gary Bellow Public Service Award was created in 2001 in honor of Professor Gary Bellow. Professor Bellow was the founder and former faculty director of Harvard Law School’s Clinical Programs. Two awards are given annually by the student body of Harvard Law School to one HLS student and one HLS alumnus/a whose commitment to social justice and excellence in public interest work embody the spirit of Gary Bellow’s work and make us proud to be a part of the HLS community. The awards process is completely student-run.
Please nominate individuals whose work in social justice and public interest inspires you. Any HLS student, affiliate, or alumnus may make nominations, and you may nominate yourself, a fellow student, or an alumnus. Email completed nominations to  gary.bellow.award at gmail.com.
  Nominations are due Monday, February 27, 2012, by 9 p.m. The format for the nomination email is below.
If you have any questions, please email 
gary.bellow.award@gmail.com.
Thank you!
Jessica Levin and Stephanie Davidson
Gary Bellow Public Service Award Co-Chairs

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1.       Nominee’s Name:
2.       Nominee’s Graduation Year from HLS:
3.       Nominee’s Email Address:
4.       Nominee’s Phone Number (if available):
5.       Your Name:
6.       Your Email Address:
7.       Why are you nominating this person? Please give a brief statement about the nominee’s work and background (approximately 1 page). Feel free to provide any additional materials you believe would be helpful to the nominations committee.

New Building Events Continue

This week, there are two more events to celebrate the new building

Thursday, February 9 – 12 – 1:30pm – The History of the Harvard Law School Buildings
Join Prof. Dan Coquillette, Harvard Law School’s resident historian, for a discussion of the development of the law school campus from its earliest buildings to the WCC.  A great history of HLS through the buildings.  Lunch will be served.
WCC 2036 Milstein East C

Friday, February 10 – 2 – 4pm – Progressive Chocolate Tour
Get to know the locations of the various offices around the WCC while sampling different chocolate treats at nine locations.
Stops include:
Graduate Program and Student Financial Services (5th Floor Wasserstein)
Career Services, OPIA and Registrar (4th Floor Wasserstein)
Dean of Students Office (3d Floor Caspersen) Clinical Office (3d Floor Clinical)
IT and Copy Center (Basement of Wasserstein)

We hope to see you there!

Coffee, Water and Beer

Few things make me happier than turning the calendar past January.fifty days to spring.

Here are a few updates

Coffee

We have received some questions about coffee availability after the opening of the new building so here is the update:

1.       Free morning coffee is available from 8am to 10am in the WCC (across from the Pub Servery on the ground floor) and Austin (across from Austin West).  Coffee is no longer being served in Pound.  No classes will be held in Pound until Spring 2013 because of construction (an email is coming your way with more details on that).

2.       Free evening coffee has been expanded and is available in Langdell from 7pm to closing each night.

3.       A wide range of coffee is available for purchase in the Hark servery (upstairs) from 7:30-3:00

4.       Coffee is available for purchase downstairs in the Pub Servery from 2:30pm to close (Monday to Friday) and during brunch hours Saturday and Sunday (9:30-3:00).

5.       The Hark Box is permanently closed and the coffee machine will transition to the Pub Servery so the range of available coffee available in the Pub Servery will be expanded in the near future.

Water

We hope you have noticed the many filtered water stations throughout the new building.  Student Government lobbied for this as the building was designed a few years ago as a health initiative and a green initiative.

Beer

We have received suggestions for everything from small breweries in Minnesota to Bud.  We are sharing all of your suggestions with Kim Smith our new Pub Manager.  Kim also runs Queen’s Head and is setting up a special email account so you can contact her directly with suggestions and questions about the Pub.

Tonight’s Pub Opening will take place inside the Pub and in the Lounge outside the Pub (we’re anticipating a crowd larger than the Pub’s capacity of 137 so this will allow more people to participate).  Under the terms of our alcohol license, we can’t have students go into the Pub with a drink they received in the lounge and vice versa.  You can travel back and forth between the venues without drinks in hand and you can get your drinks in either venue.  The Pub will also sell drinks tonight.

Drink Tickets will be distributed between the base of the main stairs and the entrance to the lounge in the WCC beginning at 4:30pm.  Bring your HUID (to get your drink tickets).  We’ll have a list of students so it may take some time to check people in.  Bring a government issued photo ID (in order to get a wrist band and be served in the Pub).  Snacks and drinks will be served beginning at 5pm.

I made a mistake in my last email.  The pub will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (5pm-10pm) and can be reserved for private parties at other times.

Authentication Services Issue

Dear Students,

We are currently experiencing an issue with our LDAP authentication system that is preventing students from logging in to certain services, including Helios.  We are actively working to correct the situation, and will be providing updates shortly.

Thank you,
The ITS Team

February HUHS Announcements

Health Insurance Waiver Deadline: 2/28
Waiver application deadline for spring 2012 is February 28. Students with comparable health insurance who wish to waive HUSHP Student Health Insurance Plan must submit applications online prior to the deadline in order to remove term bill charges. Info: http://hushp.harvard.edu/waive

Dependent Health Insurance Deadline: 2/28
Dependent insurance enrollment and renewals for the 2012 spring term must be submitted by February 28 in order to be eligible for coverage. Applications after this date will not be accepted. Info: http://hushp.harvard.edu/hushp-student-d…

Health Insurance for Graduating Students
The Harvard University Student Health Program (HUSHP) expires on July 31. Plan ahead early in order to secure insurance coverage for August 1. More information on options for graduating students:
 http://hushp.harvard.edu/graduating-stud…

After Hours Urgent Care: Schedule appointments online
Visit HUHS Patient Login to view available times and schedule a same-day appointment for non-routine care in our After Hours Urgent Care Clinic. Appointments from 6:00-11:00PM are available to book online beginning at 3:00PM, Monday-Friday. HUID required.

Reading and Study Strategies (Spring 2012)
Harvard Reading/Study Strategies Course: 2 weeks, morning or afternoon sessions, February 6-17 at Science Center, Lecture Hall E. To register, go to Bureau of Study Counsel at 5 Linden St. or call 617-495-2581. More info: http://bsc.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keywor…